Op-eds

Grace regularly writes op-eds for various platforms both internal and external to LSE. She has written for the FT, Harvard Business Review, Fortune, Fast Company, MIT Sloan Management Review and Reuters. Keep up to date with Grace’s latest blogs by following her on Twitter @profgracelordan or Instagram: @profgracelordan

Grace Lordan (2022)

Why ending favouritism is the key to building a diverse workforce

The FT (21st July 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2022)

Why building trust improves diversity, inclusion and productivity

Raconteur. Article.

Grace Lordan and Paris Will (2022)

8 ways the metaverse can change inclusion at work 

Fast Company (7th June 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2022)

Here’s what Boris Johnson’s successor should do to restore trust at the top of British government, according to behavioural science

Fortune (18th July 2022). Article.

 

Grace Lordan (2022)

Five ways for leaders to work faster, better, and more inclusively

LSE Blogs (19th March 2022). Blog.

TERESA ALMEIDA AND GRACE LORDAN (2022) 

Yet to try a 4-day week? Here's how to do it productively

Fast Company (24th March 2022). Article.

Odessa S. Hamilton, Lindsay Kohler, Elle Bradley Cox, and Grace Lordan (2022) 

How to Make Your Organization’s Language More Inclusive

Harvard Business Review (18th March 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2022) 

The Great Resignation must lead to more inclusive workplace

Business Leader (6th April 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2022) 

The Great Resignation must lead to more inclusive workplace

Elite Business Magazine (6th April 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2022) 

Polish your storytelling skills to win a pay rise

Financial Times (31st January 2022). Article.

Grace Lordan (2021) 

Have you quit your New Year’s resolution by Quitter’s Day?

LSE Blogs (17th January 2022). Blog.

Grace Lordan (2021) 

Want to Get a Pay Rise? Here's How

LSE Blogs (26th October 2021). Article.

Joanna Bale, Carsten Sørensen, Connson Locke, Grace Lordan, Hailley Griffis (2022) 

What will happen to the office post-COVID?

LSE Blogs (14th January 2022). Blog/Podcast.

Grace Lordan (2022) 

The New Year’s resolutions to keep you happy in a pandemic, according to a behavioral scientist

i (28th December 2021). Article.

Grace Lordan (2021) 

If you lie down with clones you will stagnate your career

LSE Blogs (26th August 2021). Blog.

Grace Lordan (2021) 

How to get your career moving: lessons from a behavioural scientist

Financial Times (5th August 2021). Article.

Grace Lordan, Teresa Almeida, and Lindsay Kohler (2021) 

5 Practices to Make Your Hybrid Workplace Inclusive

Harvard Business Review (17th August 2021). Article.

Grace Lordan and Lutfey Siddiqi (2021) 

Inclusion in the workplace: how not to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory

LSE Blogs (6th October 2021). Blog.

Grace Lordan and Lutfey Siddiqi (2021) 

OPINION: Here’s what to do about diversity and inclusion fatigue in finance

Thomson Reuters Foundation News (6th October 2021). Article.

Lordan, Grace (2021) 

‘Don’t Miss Out’ adverts will encourage 18-30s to get the Covid vaccine, but won’t restore Government trust

inews (9th August 2021). Article.

Lordan, Grace (2021) 

Finances myth of meritocracy rewards mediocre managers

Financial Times (23 June 2021). Column.

Lordan, Grace (2021) 

OPINION: Is the finance sector doing enough to promote gender equality?

Thomson Reuters Foundation News (22 June 2021). Article.

Teresa Almeida, Erika Brodnock, Lordan, Grace (2021) 

Black women are missing in the UK’s top 1%

LSE (3rd March 2021) Blog.

Lordan, Grace (2020) 

If firms start measuring the gains of flexible working, women will benefit. 

LSE COVID-19 Blog (15 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Almeida, Teresa, Will, Paris and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Hybrid working: an LSE dictionary of behavioural biases. 

LSE Covid 19 Blog(01 Dec 2020). Blog Entry.

Almeida, Teresa and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Moving from cheap talk to action: the case of diversity and inclusion. 

LSE Business Review (30 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Almeida, Teresa and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

How behavioural science can help firms navigate the new normal. 

LSE COVID-19 Blog(09 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Almeida, Teresa and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

On being human: how behavioural science can help virtual working. 

LSE Business Review(04 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace and Josten, Cecily (2020) 

People vs machines: automation, the fourth industrial revolution and the labour force. 

The Inclusion Intiative (28 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace and Jaffe, Rachel (2020) 

Cinco lecciones de ciencias del comportamiento para las reuniones virtuales de equipo. 

LSE Business Review (19 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Jaffe, Rachel and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Five behavioural science lessons for managing virtual team meetings. 

LSE Business Review(18 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Dolan, Paul and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

How employers can decide whom to bring back to work first. 

LSE COVID-19 Blog (18 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Inclusión virtual durante el cierre sanitario por Covid-19. 

LSE Business Review (11 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Covid-19: overcoming obstacles to virtual inclusion for city of london workers. 

LSE Business Review (05 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace, Travers, Tony, Sivropoulos-Valero, Anna Valero and Marsh, Megan (2019) 

Party political conferences - a key site for research impact. 

Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Lordan, Grace (2018) 

Low-skill workers will be the have-nots of automation. 

The Hill (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Lordan, Grace (2018) 

Be careful what you wish for with minimum wage hikes. 

The Hill (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Lordan, Grace and Neumark, David (2018) 

People versus machines: the impact of minimum wages on automatable Jobs. 

Research Briefs in Economic Policy (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Johnston, David and Lordan, Grace (2015)

In brief...Prejudice in a time of recession.

Centrepiece (2015). Website.

Lordan, Grace (2014) 

The obesity epidemic is spreading more rapidly than expected, but many people don’t even recognise that they are too heavy. 

British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2014). Website.

Lordan, Grace and Pakrashi, Debayan (2013) 

Employers have a role to play in encouraging increased participation in physical activities. 

British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 May 2013). Website.